At a time of year when people may think about moving or, more sadly, decide a marriage is over, our Knaphill team has married up with our main Surrey office in Woking.
Chris Appleyard and Vanessa McMurtrie our Surrey team family lawyers are now based at 21-25 Church Street West in Woking, a move which Vanessa describes as “We’ve joined mother ship. What it means for our clients is that we can offer them a much broader range of services under one roof. So often our work covers other disciplines: from making a new Will to company restructuring, from selling the matrimonial home to setting up trusts to benefit children who join second families”.
Lin Bateman is also now in our Woking office. She has an enormous conveyancing based client following, as a result of over 15 years of work in this very busy area of law. “I’ve acted for the same clients time and time again because they like the care and attention I give them. I believe in good old fashioned face to face service and know that my clients don’t want the conveyor belt conveyancing that is offered by call centres”.
June Gilbert and Sylvie Mead have moved from Knaphill to Woking too. “June’s attention to detail is second to none” said Vanessa. Sylvie was part of the conveyancing team that moved across from our New Haw office a year ago. She is once again part of the large team of conveyancers at Woking, also providing essential support to Chris and Vanessa.
Chris and Vanessa are Resolution members, lawyers committed to resolving disputes in a non-confrontational way. Both undertake Collaborative Family Law work, still relatively new within the marriage separation arena, but one discipline within the growing alternatives to going down the traditional court route. For more information contact Vanessa.McMurtrie@mtg.uk.net or call 01483 755609.
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